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2010 Retro Classic Radio 02 11 10

2010 Retro Classic Radio 02 11 10

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Published by Michael Robbins
The new Retro Classic Radio owner's manual for 2010!
The new Retro Classic Radio owner's manual for 2010!

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Retro Manufacturing5785 Waco StreetChino, California 91710Phone: 909-364-1372Fax: 909-364-8670www.retrosoundusa.com
Retro ClassicOwner's & Installation Guide
 Version 2.2
JULY 2011
RC-900C AM / FM Radio w/ Front Aux inputand Infinimount Shaft/Bracket System
Copyright 2010 Retro Manufacturing, LLCNo text, illustrations, or format of thismanual in printed or electronic formmay be copied without written permissionfrom Retro Manufacturing, LLC or any of its subsidiaries.All Rights Reserved.
 
WarningPrecautions
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B device,pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonableprotection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipmentgenerates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used inaccordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference with radiocommunications. However, there is no guarantee that radio interference will not occur ina particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, theuser is encouraged to consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in thismanual could void your authority to operate this equipment.• Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures such as indirect sunlight or a hot air stream from the heater or where it would be subject to dust,dirt, or excessive vibration.
Do not turn on theunit if the temperature inside the car is very high. Always cool down the unit beforeusage.
If the unit does not turn on, check the connections first. Then, check whether thefuse in your vehicle's fuse box is blown and check the fuse at the unit's wiringharness.
Carefully read this manual before using the unit. If you encounter any problems thatare not covered in this manual, please consult the dealer where you purchased theunit or the dealer nearest to you. You may also email us at:support@retrosoundusa.comParking your car in direct sunlight will result in a temperature rise.
Welcome!
Thank you for your purchase of our Retro Classic Radio! We hope it will provideyou with years of enjoyment. Below are some features of this unit:
 
LCD Display w/ enhanced viewing angle & daylight compatibleAM/FM PLL tuner w/ 30 presets & RDS50W x 4 RMS 100W X 4 MAX POWER (Integrated amplifier)2 pair RCA pre-amp outputs to add external amplifiersPatent Pending INFINIMOUNT adjustable shaft & bracket systemFront aux input; plug in any MP3 player or other portable device, (cell phone, etc)Adjustable faceplate angle; allows mounting of faceplate display to virtually any dash
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Welcome, Warning & Precautions..................................1Table of Contents.............................................................2Installation & Use Warnings............................................3Location of Controls, Remote, Connectors, etc...........4-6What's in the Box.............................................................7Preparing to Install Your Unit..........................................8-14Retro Classic Specifications & Dimensions..................15Using Your Unit................................................................16-22Setting the Clock.....................................................16Turning the Unit On/Off...........................................16Volume Adjustment.................................................16Selecting Your Listening Source...........................16Adjusting the Sound Properties............................17Special Modes of Operation/Sub Menu.................18-19About RDS/ Using RDS functions..........................20-21Selected Source Mode: Radio................................22Selected Source Mode: Auxiliary Input.................22Limited Warranty..............................................................23 

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